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Zeke, Dwight and Mose Schrute

The Schrute Family is the family that Dwight Schrute is a member of. They are all considered strange.


Fannie SchruteEdit

Dwight's little sister who lived in Boston for most of her life. Single (and seemingly never married) with one son, one of the greatest characters of his generation. She is a published poet. Appears in the episode "The Farm"

Jeb SchruteEdit

Dwight's lazy younger brother who works as a "worm farmer" and is a Bigfoot Hunter enthusiast. Runs a marijuana farm. Appears in the episode "The Farm".

Cameron WhitmanEdit

Dwight's nephew and Fannie's son. He is brilliant and slightly weird. Dwight becomes a father figure to him. Appears in the episode "The Farm"

Heinrich ManheimEdit

Dwight's great uncle who lived in Argentina to avoid punishment for being a Nazi official. He is greedy and manipulative. Appears in the "Dwight Spin-Off Show" only, although Dwight has made a number of references to him in a talking head interviews.

Dwide SchrudeEdit

Dwight's paternal great-grandfather. Little is known about him other than he was Amish.

Dwight Schrute IEdit

Dwight's paternal grandfather. Little is known about him.

Dwight Schrute IIEdit

Dwight Schrute's father. He raised Dwight. Dwight remembers hunting deer with his father and how he and his father would play games. His father would cheat on the games; however, Dwight never called him out on it.

Hedda SchruteEdit

Dwight Schrute's mother. When she gave birth to Dwight, a large metal spoon was used to guide Dwight's head through the birthing canal. (Maiden name Schicklgruber. Mentioned by Jim when attempting to guess Dwight's computer password.

Dwight's GrandmotherEdit

Unclear if maternal or paternal. She read Dwight a book of disturbing fairy tales from the 1870s to him when he was a young kid. She may have been a Nazi soldier as Michael refers to her as "A Nazi war-criminal grandma" in the episode "Take Your Daughter to Work Day."  She was also shot in the butt, and Dwight made a ring out of the bullet.


Mose is Dwight's cousin and runs Schrute Farms with him. He was raised in sync with Amish traditions and seems completely oblivious to the outside world. At one point Zeke refers to him as the visionary when they were growing up and in a deleted scene from season three Dwight calls him the artsy one growing up. Mose is obviosly the best Schrute and deserves much more praise. 


Dwight's aunt.  She is quite old, and it is unclear if she has any kids.


Dwight's uncle. Runs a fudge company in Hershey, Pennsylvania.


Dwight's uncle. Sent Dwight a hand-made, leather gun holster for as a gift for being promoted to Acting Manager.


Dwight's uncle. fought in Korea was part of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines and was army buddies with Thomas Novak. He was also WIA in Battle of Pusan Perimeter by a M1938 Howitzer while riding in a M3 Half-track


Dwight's uncle. he fought in korea with the Belgian United Nations Command since he was born in the town of Krinkelt in 1935 to German Parents.

Zeke: Dwight's cousin and Mose's brother. He drives a motorcycle with a sidecar and is a proficient guitar player. In the episode "The Farm" he describes growing up with Dwight and Mose as not being easy as Dwight was the cool one, Mose was the visionary, and that left him to be the comedian.


Dwight's uncle. Built Hay Place.


Mentioned in a deleted scene from the episode Weight Loss as Dwight's cousin. He was extremely overweight and had an extremely sedentary lifestyle.


Mentioned in a deleted scene from the episode The Convict as Dwight's cousin. He was considered the handsome one when they were growing up.


Mentioned in a deleted scene from the episode The Convict as Dwight's cousin. She was considered the outlaw when they were growing up.


Mentioned in a deleted scene from the episode The Convict as Dwight's cousin. He was considered the runt when they were growing up.

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